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KCSMMHZ
Nov 19, 2012 6:00am PST
. but elsewhere, china is using its economic and cultural influence to win friends, including here in cambodia. the cambodian economy relies on china. nearly half of overseas investment over the past five years has come from china. chinese-funded buildings and roads are everywhere. at this market in central phnom penh from clothes to food, most of the goods on sale are imported from china. eight chinese language newspapers are published in cambodia, and it isn't only workers from china who read them. >> translator: chinese newspapers help me understand china well. as a student of chinese, i also find them useful through learning. >> more and more cambodians are learning chinese. about 50 chinese language schools operate in the country with instructors dispatched from china. >> translator: my mission is to teach chinese culture to people in cambodia. i contribute to deeper bilateral relations. >> translator: if i can speak chinese, i can get the good job and my future will be bright. >> the philippines is one country in direct disagreement with china over the south china sea. contested
KCSMMHZ
Nov 19, 2012 9:30am PST
technology a few young men are refining crude oil illegally. they tell us they sometimes produce several thousand liters of petrol a day. a simple hose pipe is meant to keep the facility from exploding. >> if we have better jobs, we will leave this one. you know, this is too dangerous for us. it's risky. about two or three times in this place, fire break out, and one of the guys working there, you can see his skin: he was caught in the fire, burned. >> they tap the crude oil secretly from the extensive pipeline system in the niger delta. life expectancy in the region is 40 -- ten years below the country's average. hundreds of these mini- refineries have sprung up in the past few months alone. the police and military turn a blind eye. >> well, this is nigeria. with a little money you can get yourself out from that place. they know that we are suffering. we are doing this as a result of poverty caused by unemployment. and they know this fact, and that is why when we cry to them they release whoever they arrested from the community, with a little money to bill them. >> in port harco
KCSMMHZ
Nov 19, 2012 2:30pm PST
. joining us here in the studio, are middle eastern experts. michael, a lot of diplomatic efforts. how were they going? >> the israelis are very much aware of the difficulties, should there really invade the gaza strip. they will face a very strong opposition. public favors lot in their side should really be an onslaught. both of the israelis and hamas leadership wanted solution to the crisis that makes them appear as the winner of this bargain. i think we will see more difficult days ahead but i do not see any likelihood for the time being that they will really decide to invade gaza one more time. >> a lot has changed in the middle east over the last few days. how has the arabs bring influence the palestinian- israeli situation and? >> we have the muslim brotherhood in power now in cairo. it is a democratically involved government so it is very difficult for anyone to say they do not want to do business with these people. it does not make sense to continue negotiating discussions with the egyptian government and not talk to hamas which is really a branch from the same tree. hamas is t
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